El Hermano Jose
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El Hermano Jose
El Hermano José
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Directed byAntonio Momplet
Written byNicolás Proserpio
StarringPepe Arias
Carlos Castro
Ada Cornaro
CinematographyAntonio Merayo
Edited byNicolás Proserpio
Release date
27 August 1941

Brother Joe (Spanish: El Hermano José) is a 1941 Argentine comedy film.


The 93-minute black and white film was made for Argentina Sono Film by director Antonio Momplet. It was written by Nicolás Proserpio, and stars Pepe Arias, Carlos Castro and Ada Cornaro.


The movie deals with the interaction in a small town between a healer, his daughter and a young doctor, between science and superstition.


La Nación called the film a popular and satirical comedy. Halki noted that it was a visual version of a successful radio show. Manrupe and Portela and said it was a classic Pepe Arias work, with everything good and bad that implies, and had been filmed without much effort.[1]

Full cast

The full cast was:

  • Pepe Arias
  • Carlos Castro
  • Ada Cornaro
  • Dario Cossier
  • María Duval
  • Isabel Figlioli
  • Ramón Garay
  • Antonio Gianelli
  • José Otal
  • Raimundo Pastore
  • Ernesto Raquén
  • José Ruzzo
  • Semillita
  • Ernesto Villegas




  • Manrupe, Raúl; Portela, María Alejandra (2001). Un diccionario de films argentinos (1930-1995) (in Spanish). Buenos Aires: Corregidor. ISBN 950-05-0896-6.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)

External links

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